Duckman was one of my favorite shows of the mid-nineties. It really stood out from the pack with it’s noir inspired style, adult themes, incredible voice talent, and twisted humor. Everett Peck, the show’s creator, along with voice talent Gregg Berger, provide the commentary for this un-aired pilot episode. It’s a mish-mash of finished and unfinished shots. In it, Peck talks about the challenges of creating the show, how he changed Duckman’s design after this episode, and many more inspiring topics. Highly recommended!
What made this show particularly entertaining for me were the rare moments of deep, though cynical, insight that were often sprinkled here and there throughout the show. There really was nothing else quite like Duckman at the time.
You can watch most of the series on YouTube at this unofficial Duckman channel.